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,iUiJii*.»iiTtrnrr doming Soon T O N E W A R K D a l e C a r n e g i e C o u r s e Some cf the many ways the Dale Carnegie , Course helps men and women \ • D e v e lo p ' tTreatef\ P oise a h a Self* Confidence. • Communicate M ore Effectively. • Be A t Ease In Any Situation. • Discover and Develop Their Potential Abilities. « Be A ' B e tter C o n v e rsationalist; • Remember HameS. • Control Tepslon and Anxiety. • Acquire a B etter Understanding •of Human vRelatloits. > Be A t Your Best with Any Group. Tor Further Information Write or PHepo Sponsored in Newark by Newark Rotary Club 331-3895 or 331-0515 Presented by _. d a l e - x a r m e c h e . Pounder LEADERSHIP T R A IN IN G INSTITUTE J L 1ELE-GAGS morrison radio m o rrison radio ‘It’s Smart To Buy Where You Get Service” #*£331*3370 • LYONS ROAD - NEWARK By EIVEVEV GAItLOCK Port Gibson — Mrs. .and . Mrs.:' ■Eugene Goellner and -Sih -Mark j Qf Cedar Rapids, Iowa, aiid; Mr.. |.and.. Mrs. John Goellner' of Hil- ‘ ton, W. Y. Were Friday afternoon :i guests of jvir. and- Mrs. Heiiry K. ;; Goellner and family. ,1 . Mr, and -Mrs.' Yale Nor-Con: and 1 family spent Last- week\ camping, i at Alleghany State Park. :j Dr. and, .Mrs. Kennard Threap :i Qhaiidler , of Rochester were Sunday guests of Mr, and. Mrs. | E. Rolling Throop of Annington 1 Road. “ ' ' Mr .'\and Mrs. Daniel -Burgess, i Kimberly ' and Christopher ot ' West Ave., Newark, Miss Emma -{Garloek and Mrs, Lydia Overerid : were- Sunday dinner ..guests of J(Mr, and Mrs.- Howard BurgeSs. ] Mr. and* Mrs. John DeVuyst of I Palmyra ' spent Sunday after- I noon and evening with their daughter and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arthurtori, Tricia, Debbie and Dawn, and Mrs. ,| Douglas DeVuyst and daughter I Stephanie. i 1 ,Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright of : Sodus. were._ Gunday_. evening; J guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen j Wright. ' - ; - -------- I Mr. ahd: Mrs. Howard Burgess | had; as supper guests Labor \Day I Mrs. Gary Burgess, son John and daughters’'Cindy ahd. Laura. :! Mr. ahd Mrs.. Vernon Henderv | son, daughters Katliy and Susan ■I left Tuesday morning, for ‘their rtiom'e in San Diego 1 visiting Mrs. Henderson's father, Newark,N.Y, Cdurier^Gaiette B tmd 'famUy_ °» M ^ J n m n tbs visit Tn Lebanon With T, , , ; r , B - 1 0 Mrs. Edward Hammond of the Thursday, 5ept. iGarnsey Road .spent Labor Day Peek's husband a \ ' ‘ in Rochester. Mr - • w eekend with -Mf- and Mrs Charles Robison oi Wassaic, .N.. Y. Larry, ahd Linda Robison who have- been,, spending the .sum mer here with, their grand- fmm I'ruxtun rece was the weekend guest of Miss p^i'ents returned home, with tended a baby shower Sunday for Mrs. Glen Hyman of Hilton. Miss Lucille Raes of Lyons key ut vVilltanisyn iied Ikre with Mr^.and Mrs, gtpwel-1: Mrs. Clara Winslow returned spent in remodeling i The building next b'tiM it the, hospital | rL,idUu.0 They were pleased to ., will .be used !,-.,r ll e rs. Htdtm Vin^ .j tl ,had, been-moved from j School classes, y„utll , the old parsonage to tlie 'Bird-1 Fitch home which was recently ! Mr. Kenneth Smith and family for two weeks. * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arthur- ' ton were Saturday evening Ronnie Goodall. Miss Fern ' Garloek'' had din­ ner Sunday with ‘ Mrs. Gary Burgess and children and called on Mr. and Mrs. Joel Triokey of Shortsvilie in the afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Duanp 'McCue, sons Mitch, Mike and; Mark and- Mrs. . Ida ..McCue, _ of. Newark were Sunday guesfs. of Mrs. Mc- 'Cue’s parents, Mr, and Mrs. Dale Wirth. Mr. and Mrs.. Clark. Stowell' entertained Rev. and Mrs. Hani Khoury and fam ily at dinner Wednesday nopn of last week. The Khourys ' returned* from (their two months visit in Leban­ on with relatives early Wednes­ day morning. ■ Mrs. Edward Maslyn, daugh­ ters Linda and . Mary- Ellen of Clifton Springs were Sunday callers on. Mrs, Maslyn’s mother Mrs. Stanley Bureroff. ' ;- Mrs - Richard - Fleck- of South Miami, F l a , ’-rspent la s t , week with Mrs. Donald Cole\' pf Field St, and is spending this week witli relatives in R o chester.' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph VanEtten and family of Egypt called on them to Wassaic. Mr. and' Mi’S- Ray Lyon, daughter Linda and John Van- deMortel of Canandaigua St. were Sunday guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Sheldon Kliapp at Sodus, ntly to the ''.purchased. to be used for the home of her dauenfer, Mrs.' parsonage. Two months were Jesse Taylor, after several weeks with a -daughter, Mrs'. Maurice Airies of TrUxton. idl chiit'reh activitiees. has -also Been , st art tjify be dedicated in na Wright. Mr. and- Mrs. William. Henline if., after I Miss Joan gm jth, daughter of' Miv and Mrs. Lloyd Smith re­ ceived -three blue ribbons and three red .ribbons on,- her 4-H ex- hibits at the. P almyra Fair, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald j. H e r sister Jean -received six Point, Mf. and Mrs. Elmer Barnes of Clyde and Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Montana and daughter -of New­ ark Saturday evening guests of -Mr. and Mrs. David Dayton and, family. Mr. and Mrs. George Hyman Sr. -left Monday for a two-week's visit in Oklahoma City with their daughter, Mrs. .David Smith and husband. Mr. -and- Mrs. Gerald Gavitt arid son Gary, of Bgrton, N. Y. .spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. William Henline, Mr. Henline - and daughters. Cathy and Noreem, Mr. and -Mjs. Edmund DeLooze were Wednesday guests”of their' son Edmund Jr. -and family5 of Fairport. Mrs. -Harvey Burger returned home Sunday from the Newark- Wayne Community Hospital where she haS'been a patient for about 10 days. , ' Workers • met Contant o f Palmyra. •blue and one red ribbon, from Mr.. Lester Brewer of Medina I Palmyra,- and also a red ribbon spent Wednesday afternoon with T°r board ut the New Mr. and Mm Clark Stowell. i York state Fair at_ .Syracuse. M f . a n d M r s . H o w a r d B u r g e s s , Mr. and Mrs. C lark' Stowell1 Mrs. Gary Burgess and children , w e r e Efjda-y ■ and ^ Saturday i Cindy,—Jblm . add, Laura . were ( | l lesls of; Mr. and Mrs. Mark guests Saturday afternoon of , SHwell nf Perry; N Y They ac- 'Mr and Mrs Wilbur Smith *£°mpanied Mr. and Mrs. Mark their cruiser on Seneca Lake. (Stowell Friday afternoon to Le- l Don't forget the paper drive \* ? y and visited Mr. and Mrs (Saturday morning, .Sept. 21.; Erlmg Thoikildsen. The Cheerful Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lansing' Goodall with’ dinner at noon. - Albert Goellner of New York Gfty and Miss Atin Wilkinson of Wellsboro, Pa., spent Saturday and Sunday with Albert's par­ ents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry K. Goetlner. Mr. arid Mrs. Ivan Wilkinson, parents of Miss Wil­ kinson, were Sunday supper guests of the Goellners. - Mr.\ and Mrs ClnrlT' Striweit 1 : Mr. and Mrs. William Bedette had as Sunday dinner guests Tracey, jim m y, Clark and Re­ nee Schmitt of Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Lannon attended the wedding of -Mr. Richard Raes and Miss Alice Maine o f Phelps' Saturday at Geneva. 1 . - _ ' * i Girl Scout Troop 3&2 'will .'have , their first meeting Saturday, Sept. 14 from 9:30 to 1L-30 at the home of iMfs. Burton, Sherman., I ; Mrs. Henry Snyder entertain-1! ed a t ft birthday -party Sunday ] for- her mother, Mrs. George j Fetzer of Phelps who celebrates her 84th birthday Wednesday:. Sept. 11. Besides Mrs. Fetzer,. were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sny­ der of Rochester; Mr. and- Mrs. i Roland, Wirth,' children, Terry, Carol and Jackie of Palmyra.; Miss Jacqueline Taylor return­ ed Sunday to. her duties at the Ogden Arnot Memorial Hospital in Elmira. Slie was accompanied by her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse .Taylor. Miss Deborah Bernier of Pal­ myra 4s—^spending -two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Leon Oak- leaf. ' .„ Rev. and Mrs. Ham Klloury and children arrived home Wed- •and •RROTECriON FOR Y O U R HOME LATEX HOUSE PAII t e e p S5 .«3tfrg*a The Perfect Diamond G. R. BQYNTON Form erly Boudlotte'* JEWCLERS 1 0 7 E. Union St. Newark Please have papers tied and out- Dr, and Mrs. Robert Martin: side hy road if possible. Spon- 1 and da'1Ellte‘' Melinda of 'Hone-: I sored by the church. . . cal f d Sunday afternoon on; Mr. and Mrs. C. Terry G a r - | *3’s htother Mrs. Bruce Martin ' lock, Mi-s.-Howard Finewood and T „ son Stephen, and Mrs. Helen ., Monday Mrs. Olney Ex- Moore all of Newark and Mrs \ ton of Victor and Mrs. Walter Helen Van Norman, of Syracuse ^ \ s ^ ^ ^ u r c r o f f CaUed 0n called on Miss Fern Garloek. _T Sunday afternoon and attend- | r.jf? 1| ondy' ed the Firemen's chicken barbe- ; pf Buffaf0 ^ v ik in g cue. John VanderMortel spent last j a week week at Tremont State Park ' with Mrs. Earl W. Rice and son Don. Mr. and Mrs Dennrs Russell for Mr. and Mrs. Dan DeJohn of ] Mrs. Dorothy Dayton ofTNew- t-ai'k spent Sunday with her- son 'David arid family. Kenneth. Smith and daughter E L E C T R O N I C S B J V I S I O I ifm ^ R E R A I i m (An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F) EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR L I G H T E L E C T R O N I C A S S E M B L Y W O R K E R S No Experience Necessary T. _ _ _ _ __ Good Working Gonditions Day Shift Operation On The Job Training Opportunity for Advancement Benefits Include; Fringe 1. Paid Vacations & Holidays. 2. Paid Medical & Life Insurance. - 3. Paid -Retirement Plan. 4. Stock Savings & investment Plan. C o n tact: Personnel O ffice 410. Siegrist &L. , , .Newark, iNL Y„ or N . I^ S T A T E EM P L O Y M E N T SERVICE 151 N. M a in ST., Newark, N. Y. 4 ■ ■ Phope 331-1936 one Newark were Sunday guests of , Elma and their sts Mr_ and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Russell. |M rs. Vernon Henderson'arid , Mrs. Eva Norton enjoyed a daughters Kathy and Susan a t - 1 picnic- dinner Sunday with her . tended the Lester...Family Re- hon Yale and family at their | union at Williamsoh last Sun- hoirre on County Road 7. (day, there were 8T people pres- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Burgess,' ent. ; children Kim and Christopher \ Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson were Sunday guests of her p .ir - |0f Clifton Springs were Friday ents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence! evening dinner guests of M r s .! , Harloff at their cottage on So- ' Bruce Martin. ! us—Pemt—-The. oeeasmrt—wes • - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cnte'r-'MrY——‘ : Lary Harloffs birthday. ' ' and Mrs Donald Cole and F r a n -1\ Mrs. Donald Hyman. MrsJ ois Guehone attendecf^a inotor-' George Hyman Sr. and Mrs. | cycle run at Redfield Sunday. George Nichols cf Palmyra at- 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Henry o In C o u n t y T o u r n e y Eighty-seven golfers participated in the third annual -Wayne County amateur golf championship held' at the Newark Country Club last Saturday and Sunday. Tom Sliechan. of Newark was tournament chairman and to n Huebeler of\ Newark w a s-tourna-], - ——— ment director. ! Perfect weather,prevailed for. DdPauw, V. Veiesenti, N. Kaupp, ( the 2-day tournament. Assisting |H. Vandermort§l, Dr. N. Birch, J. Sheehan and Huebeler were - Palermo, Dr. J. Justino. L. Cro- Gordon Torkington of Ontario, and Bill Nelson of Sodus. Entries from , the Ontario Country Club were; J. Knowlton, ' J. R. Younge, K. Robertson, H. Zenkar, C. Dennis, L. Carney, M. VanReenen, H. Deiribs; J. Mc- — i^Hultyv-C^-Mayfeeer-H,-JenkSr p ; Potter, C. Sroczek, G. Parker, A. Young, W. Marx, ail scheduled fof 9:30 am . start on Saturday; H. Squier, E. Robinson, Dr, R. tilers,’ R. Wolk, V. DePauw, Dr. J, Flanagan, J. McGue and Dr. A- Iati. Center Lists Cortese, A. Bordnen A. VanHou- ten, G. Stiner, M. Bartlett, Dr. ■V. J. Levy, S. I^eone, BL Maybee\ ;W. Douglass; R. Soles, R. Tyler, j, Beale, G. Torkington arid A. Briddon. Representing Sodus Bay Thursday — Basketball play, 3 p.m.; D&c and Times Union boy carriers, 6:30 p.m.: open. Play in gym . ............... . Friday-Broom ball Hockey tryouts. 3 p.m.; Basketball play, 7 p.m. 65 o *» .nut*1 ie>> “’cKV**1 I l f * kwa11 oil ,l,‘ ttse Our Rain Check Program. Because of ‘an expected demand for All- W eather IV tires, we may riiri out of some .site* during th is offer, b u t we will be happy to order your size tire a t th e adver­ tised price and issue you a rain check- fo r future delivery of th e m erchandise. \GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE ‘NO LIMIT* GUARANTEE\ No f.m.t on months No l«mtt on No to-foads. N& i»n it as to speed Forne «m.»e life o» me tread ■ ALL NEW GOODY&AR AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED agamst de «n—workmansh<p arid matertafs aW norma* road Hazards, esceot repairable punc tuffs guarantee does not extenq to auto t ased On. trucks or •.» r>K«fes l and t-r«4 itantoed Second, Btemisn -or ’NA,' ■ j F a GOODYEAR TIRE FAILS UNDER THtS GUARANTEE any Of more than 80;000 Goodyear dea<cr$-m the United Slates and Canada ‘w««. at our option, e<ther fepair or .malie allowance on a com parable new tue baaed on ongma1 tread desi'Kn* depth remaining and Goodyear s pr.nted ^ Predetermined Price for Adjustment current at time of adjustment, which price wm «a.My represent the.actual retaif sehmg pr*ce oi me comparable tire at time of adjustment f 1|'KttS™.woprc 2 £ S T » I K S I S H hay; H GilhPrt. R‘. Harper. Kuntz, W, Nelson, L. Putnam, R. -Putnam, J, Kirin, G. Schwehiii, N. Daily, G. Tomes, Sr. and J. D'Aprilc. Members from Wayne Hills .Country Club included R. Las- pubee, T. Sheehan, J. Zimorino M onday-Basketball ' play, 3 1 p.m.; Men's voiieybsiily 7 p.m. j Tuesday—Basketball, 3 p.m ,; Girls gym hockey; Newark Craft club, 7:30 p.m.; Basket­ ball play, 7 p.m. . *| Wednesday—Workmen's c o m - ! pensation 10 a.m .; Broom-ball hockey, 3 p.m.; Basri A. Zimorino, M. Cinquegrana. W. , Monje, R. C. DePauw, R. A. De- r^etball play, 7 p.m Pamv;’Ml scheduled for 9:30 arn ! \ - start; F. Ariiss, P. DeLeo, B. La- ' gana, A. Cornelia and R. Flock. ’M fY V lA T i m o T e k l o Competing from the Newark fV »0 V l e * * Q U t e Country Club were R. Kouwe, A. < \ , . . Vfarren, K. Huebeler, G. Dohn,! Wed. & Tlnirs Closed. s q u i r m Oivas mom mileage holds the jv edJmtter toei IP0-14 tubfless whift, gf M'rtdpe PIM tl.96 Fed. E». rtx and.oid tire • tip to 2\jvlder than conventional tirea- pulj rnonf rubber on fjlfl frtfllt fl\p ite.ee f — — i — J iw B u i p f S u r e rIQ O lgu Slops and .In r l, - ; a i 7.0Qxl3'liib«lest • - blickwallplusji.78 Fed. Ex. Taz.znd old tiro ,• UtillM* the »ame typo low, broad chartcter. • tow profile design •.,, low to the road for rhnm-. stahillty — firmer aieeeiiig Conliul • Up to 18% wider than conventional tlraa, depending on aize, tq put more rubber on the road 4— Y *\ R. HolmeSi J. Monje, D. Mr Cur. ■■ Fri, & bat.—‘‘Bandolero'”, 7 & 1 C. Mooney. C. Vanderbrook, G Bevis, E. LeRoy, R. Naeye and G. Bahtoro, all 9:30 a.m. start; Ray 9:20. ■Bun-—‘‘Bandolero” , 2-7 & p:20. Mon.-ThurSi—Closed. f 330 W. UNION ST. 408 LAKE AVE. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 331.4142 589.4061 NEWARK. N. Y. WILLIAMSON, N. Y.

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